"Hi all, At sixes and sevens for my next project, so I closed my eyes (literally), rooted around in my grey army and pulled out this guy, a Hornet Commonwealth Infantryman in 1/35 (a classic Roger Saunders fig BTW)."
"The Lockheed S-3A Viking was an aircraft carrier-based search and fighter against conventional and nuclear submarines with an advanced digital computer system automatically performed and used the most goals over and locate and destroy underwater could = Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) and Anti-Surface Warfare (ASUW). She had as its main task of protecting their own naval unit by, for example, the underwater firing of rockets forestalled or prevented that only enemy submarines volume group approached. "
(translated) “Was looking for some image in my files that inspire me to a new design of a diorama this time including a Jeep . And I came across this picture , which I tried to keep a maximum of originality…”
The Char signal or RENAUT TSF was a command tank with a radio. This version substituted an enlarged superstructure for the turret, which was to house the E10. TER transmitter/reciever. These early radio tanks were not popular, as their transmitter/recievers were unreliable and their antennae were extremely vulnerable to damage. "TSF" stands for télégraphie sans fil ("wireless"). These versions had no armament, and had three-men crew. 300 TSF Versions"
"The project has torn me from the start, back and forth: for one thing, I had to have the opportunity to build this really beautiful aircraft and are available at some point in the display case, electrified. Secondly, the implementation of this project has made such a variety of difficulties that I was tempted several times to just let be the whole.
Now when I see this large, elegant and exciting molded pattern in front of me, of course outweighs the joy of finished construction - and the difficulties experienced are quickly perceived as more valuable experience."
Unfeasibly Miniatures has released the following 28mm miniatures for their Exotic Adventures range. The new releases include several packs of nice Tuaregs on foot armed with swords, muskets and rifles.
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